CS 347: Lab 26 – T-Minus Zero
Welcome to lab. Your task today is to work on project 3. This task is mostly open-ended, but these things must be done to receive today’s lab credit:
- You must actively work on your project if it’s not done.
- Check in with your instructor.
The project must be live by the end of the day. You will receive an invitation for peer reviews early on Friday and will have until Sunday to complete them. It is paramount that you complete these in a timely manner. You have through Monday, December 13, to address any issues that your peers identify. On Tuesday, I will start grading projects.
During the final exam period, you will present your project to the class in a lightning talk. Credit for your talk will be based on the following:
- Did you successfully demonstrate your app live using the university-provided computer at the presentation kiosk?
- Did you share one or more stories that reflect your consideration of your hypothetical users? These stories might come from real informal testing that you conduct with friends.
- Did you share one or more stories about the development of your app?
- Did your talk last between 2-3 minutes?
- Were you on time to be an audience member for your peers?
The final exam period is on Thursday, December 16, from 8-10 AM. I will see about bringing in some Strites donuts. As far as I’m aware, these are the only real donuts in this town.
The next step of your learning is to complete the following tasks:
- Write your last blog post for the semester before Friday morning. Usually you read up and write on a technical topic. This week your task is different. Imagine that you are teaching CS 347 next fall. How would you design your version of the course? What would you have the students do? What helped you learn the material of this course and what do you think would help your students learn?
- Renew your Let’s Encrypt certificate if it will expire before the end of finals week.
- Keep working on project 3.
See you next time.